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8 Acknowledgements The first author was partially supported by NSF grant DMS-9706764. The second author was partially supported by the Spanish DGICYT (grant number PB97-0030) and the European Comission via the TMR network (Harmonic Analysis). We thank Sergiu Klainerman, Hart Smith, Andreas Seeger, and Chris Sogge for informing us of some of the applications mentioned above. 256 T. TAO AND A. VARGAS GAFA References [B] [Bo1] [Bo2] [Bo3] [BoC] [C] [Ch] [Co1] [Co2] [Co3] [DK] [FS] [FoK] [KT] [KlM1] [KlM2] [KlM3] [KlT] M.

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